Friday, October 27


Education has always been a true passion of mine, and I am truly dedicated to doing Whatever it Takes for the students of Tattnall County.  Our goal at GES is to instill a love for learning in our students, and I truly believe it is our responsibility as educators, at the elementary level, to build a firm educational foundation in our students.  Our expectations at GES are high, and we believe that ALL our students can and will be successful.
~Dr. Kristi Kaiser 


Upcoming Events

  • Picture Retakes

    Glennville Elementary
  • 1st 9 Weeks Honor Roll Luncheon & AR Celebration

    Glennville Elementary
  • Red Ribbon Week

    Glennville Elementary
  • Trunk-or-Treat

    Glennville Elementary
  • Fall Festival

    Glennville Elementary
  • 2nd 9 Weeks Progress Reports

    Glennville Elementary
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Click the link below to view GES School Safety Protocols. 
School Safety Protocols.pdf 

~Important School Information for Parents~

If you have an emergency and need to sign out your child before the school day is over,do so before 2:15.
Office closes for dismissal from 2:15 -2:45.


No transportation changes will be
taken after 1:30.  
Please send in a note with your
child to his/her homeroom teacher.
Make sure to display your child's name in the front windshield of your vehicle.  
This allows the pick up process to run quickly.

  There will be times throughout the year in which your child's picture will be taken and published in the local newspaper, Echalk pages, and the Class Dojo site. If you do not want your child's picture published, please notify the homeroom teacher.

Please support our school by sending in Box Tops.  Our school earns money for every Box Top sent in.  More information and a list of products that have Box Tops can be found at the following link.   



Hat Day for $1
every Friday!

 If you would like to volunteer at GES contact our PIT Team Representative, Stacey Tatum by phone or email.  

Click below for our School-Parent Compact Document. 
 GES School-Parent Compact Aug 2016.pdf 


School Club Information

Candy Bars are being sold now!  $1 each!


Show Warrior PRIDE in everything that you do.  Students were taught and reminded how to display pride in and around school.  Pride lessons were taught and will continue to be taught throughout the school year.  These lessons include hallway, lunchroom, restroom, recess, and bus PRIDE.  Remember to be productive, respectful, involved, dependable, and excellent in EVERYTHING that you do!


warrior PRIDE.mp4     


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